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Aging and dull looking skin tips

February 2, 2014

DIY Facial massage for younger looking skin

As we age, skin rejuvenation starts to decrease. Facial massage helps the skin to stay younger and slows down the aging process. Facial massage rejuvenate the skin and bring glow on the face. The pressure accelerates blood flow to the capillaries, bringing oxygen to the tissues. To reap the anti-aging benefits, incorporate facial massage into your daily routine. The fun part is that You can do it yourself repeating each movement 4 times.

1. To define your chin, position your fingertips on chin with thumb beneath jaw and edge towards each earlobe using small circular movements.

2. To firm your cheeks, press palms underneath cheekbones and work in circular movements from ear to nose to help tone cheek muscles.

3. To reduce under-eye puffiness, place two fingers on each side of nose and sweep them from inner to outer corners of eyes to clear fluid.

4. To relax your forehead, press forefingers and middle fingers above eyebrows and make small circular movements all the way up to hairline.

March 8, 2013

European Facial and its Benefits

If you are looking for a healthy skin and a refreshed look and feel, get a Basic European facial. This is an introductory facial, which can be continued as a part of ongoing monthly skin care routine. Basic European facial is uncomplicated and meant to improve the look, feel and health of the skin. This facial will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to greet the world with a healthy and glowing complexion. European facial is a first choice to thorough and deep cleansing treatment for the face and neck.
The European facial is six steps facial beginning with cleansing, followed by an exfoliation process that removes dead skin cells. The pores are deeply cleaned with steam that can also be applied gently to the skin with warm towels. An extraction process for a deeper cleaning is the next step and is optional. To further the client’s relaxation, a face, neck, and shoulder massage comes next.  After the massage, a mask is applied appropriate to the skin type and condition, and finally, a moisturizer with sunblock is applied. The European facial will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to greet the world with a healthy, glowing complexion.
Some of the benefits of a European facial are:
1. Unclogs the pores and removes all impurities.
2 Detoxifies the skin for better circulation of blood to the face and neck areas.
3 Relaxes tension in the face and neck and shoulders.
4 Stimulates cellular renewal.
5 Reduces fine lines, age spots, and blemishes.
6 Hydrates the skin for a rejuvenated, youthful look to your face.
To give a proper European facial, an esthetician should keep in mind that not all complexions and skin needs are the same and should use different products, tools and techniques for different skin types to personalizes the experience.
but it is always consists of the basic steps of cleansing, exfoliating, extracting, and moisturizing. And don’t forget the massage and solar defence.
During Basic European facial, You’re being pampered while you’re improving your skin health. What could be better?

March 8, 2013

Adult Acne

Are you an adult caught up in the middle of an acne epidemic?

Are you experiencing persistent acne because of stress?

Has acne become a life-long skin health challenge for you?

Clinical studies indicate between 40 and 55 percent of the adult population in the 20 to 40 age group has been diagnosed with low grade, persistent acne and oily skin, with the primary catalyst identified as chronic stress.
Balancing personal and professional responsibilities makes this generation of adults the most time-compressed generation in history, which contributes to chronic stress: the constant, continued and heightened level of stress that throws our adrenal glands into overdrive, which in turn can boost sebum production, setting the stage for acne development.
Once there’s a boost in sebum production, the cascade of events leading to breakouts begins: oil spills onto skin’s surface and acts as a binder, creating a mixture of oil and cells that blocks oxygen from entering the pores. The lack of oxygen creates the ultimate breeding ground for bacteria, which leads to the swelling, redness, and inflammation around the follicle, resulting in acne.
Adult cases of acne are often more persistent and more inflammatory than teenage cases. Adult acne is also often accompanied by skin sensitization, or a combination of skin conditions, which makes treatment more challenging. To successfully treat, clear and prevent acne, the cascade of events leading to acne development must be controlled; but don’t turn to the treatments that may be too harsh and irritating. The answer to the adult acne epidemic is to learn more about twenty-four hour treatment system formulated specifically to treat, clear and prevent adult acne.